Replace your FILTER every 8-10 year
If filter clamps are adjusted or removed under pressure, tank may explode, causing severe injury or major property damage.
SPRING/FALL FILTER CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Regular maintenance and cleaning will protect your equipment and prolong the life of your filter elements. Pool contaminants, algae, dirt, debris and bacteria will clog and impact your filter creating HIGHER than normal filter pressure (10 psi over start). WARNING: HIGH FILTER PRESSURE CAN BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!
Our Full Service Filter Maintenance and Cleaning takes about 1 hour. Our professionally training pool technicians properly breakdown your filter tank after it has been safely depressurized. We remove the dirty cartridges and treat them with a product to remove dirt, debris, body oils, bacteria and algae. Cartridges are allowed to soak/treat for 15 minutes. We drain the tank and rise out, inspect the housing unit and filter components. We check for any broken or missing filter tank components and recommend repair/replacement. We pressure wash filter elements clean and re-assemble the filter. We also lube all tank o-rings and gaskets to prolong life and prevent leaks. We properly secure filter tank and re-prime system. We always take a BEFORE and AFTER picture and send it to you so you can see the results!
Pool Rx is a unique chalated mineral algaecide and chemical reducer that saves you money and simplifies maintenance while improving the look and feel of your water. Pool Rx is effective for up to 6 months and a mineral booster can be added if necessary for longer seasons, larger pools, or extreme conditions. The Pool Rx method is proven to save money and time, while solving a variety of pool problems. Ideal for chlorine pools, salt pools and spas. We use them on all our pools!
We service, repair and replace all major brands:
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FREE DELIVERY TO OUR ROCKLIN POOLS!
YOUR SWIMMING POOL FILTER IS A BOMB WARNS CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY
San Francisco, CA Attorney Kevin Lancaster's office gets calls from people injured in pool filter explosions with an alarming frequency. "I've had four calls this morning about four different pool filter explosions," says Lancaster. The calls don't really surprise Lancaster. He has been fighting on behalf of people injured or killed – yes killed – by exploding pool filters--defective products causing personal injury-- for almost 20 years.
One of the calls on this particular morning is from the family of a man who is still in the emergency ward. "I guess he is pretty badly injured since he is still at the hospital," says Lancaster, an affable and engaging man who probably knows more about product liability and pool filters than almost any other attorney in the country.
Another one of this morning's calls was from a woman who has bruises and loose teeth after the filter blew up and threw her against the garden wall. There was also was a call was from a man with a four-inch gash in head. These are the lucky people. "I represented a man a few years ago who owned his own fiber optics company," says Lancaster. "The pool filter exploded, he was thrown backwards on to the pool deck and suffered a brain injury and had to quit working," says Lancaster. "I also did a wrongful death case for the family of a man who was killed. He was leaning over the pool filter to check the pressure gauge and he was killed when it blew up."
NEW SET OF FILTER ELEMENTS/CARTRIDGES
Pool Product Manufacturers recommend recommend your cartridges be replaced every 2-3 years. If pleats are worn down, filter bands are broken, end caps are cracked - then it's time to replace your filter elements. New cartridges ensure pool contaminates are properly "filtered" out and removed from your water - protecting your pool and more importantly - your family!
5 Clues it's time to replace your cartridges:
1. Bands are Broken
2. Pleats are Frayed
3. Pleats are flattening
4. End Caps are Cracked
5. Flow Doesn't Change
REPLACE FABRIC CARTRIDGES EVERY 2 YEARS
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